Zombie Invasion

There were Zom-bees zombies, Borat zombies scantily thonged, Super Mario zombies, Where’s Waldo zombies, priest and pope zombies, even early American settler zombies- more zombies than the...

Womankind’s Brazaar Fundraiser supports local breast health

It was a packed crowd at the Key West Theater on Oct. 22 for Womankind’s annual Brazaar. The fundraiser takes place each year during Breast Cancer awareness...
Column: Keys Disease

Thirteen months ago, Hurricane Irma whacked the Florida Keys. For many, it has been a struggle to rebuild and get back to some semblance of normalcy. But...

Think PINK

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Pier House Resort and Spa kicked it off in spectacular fashion. On Oct. 4, the Pier House went “Pink” and...

Purple Pumpkin Gala

The annual Purple Pumpkin Gala at Founders Park was held Saturday, Oct. 6 in Islamorada. The gala raises money to fight Rett Syndrome and is organized by...

PRACTICE MAKES THE PLAYER

Upper Keys AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization) is a 100 percent volunteer organization that runs and manages youth soccer programs for kids ages 4 to 14 years...

Marathon celebrates its best

On Sept. 29, about 150 Marathon citizens (maybe more than that, whatever the maximum occupancy sign says) gathered for the annual Best of Marathon awards presented by...

Backing the Blue! Shots From the 2018 Love Fund Ball

The annual Love Fund Ball event is Key West Police Department’s largest fundraiser and was held on Sept. 22 at Margaritaville Resort in Key West. The proceeds...

Rubio, Curbelo and more tour Marathon one year after Irma

On Sept. 10, the anniversary of Hurricane Irma, it was a veritable crush of dignitaries. U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo, state Rep. Holly Raschein,...

15 years of community news

At 11 a.m. on some random Thursday back in 2006 I realized our page designer wasn’t going to show up for work. She had an affinity for...